Gregory Marchand’s lively no reservation wine bar is a hotspot thanks to the fantastic sharing plate menus, organic/natural wines, and can’t sit still playlists where diners socialize around communal farmhouse tables watching the kitchen team at work.
They say that behind every great man, there’s a great woman … and this case, Frenchie’s Chef-Owner Gregory Marchand has two.
Eating a gorgeous meal in an alley is completely cool, especially at Greg Marchand’s Frenchie. Despite it’s huge success, it retains its neighborhood vibe. Expect beautiful seasonal tasting menus, farm-to table-products, top-notch wines and friendly professional service.
Stéphane Jego’s unconventional high-energy restaurant by the Eiffel Tower is a perennial favorite for its gut-busting portions of nose-to-tail comfort food. Wear your fat pants. Jego’s mission is to feed you like nobody’s business…and you can’t say no to the rice pudding.
The million dollar question, isn’t what restaurants are open on Monday, but which good restaurants are open on Monday. #donotwasteameal
This neighbourhood canteen is a favorite of the international food & wine family, who come for self-taught Raquel Carena’s affordable home cooking (think roasted bone marrow & toast, chicken fricassee, lamb couscous) & to drink through partner Pinouche’s impressive natural wine list.
Thrilled to have been asked by Epicurious.com to contribute to their insider’s guide to the best places to eat and drink in Paris.
Travel + Leisure Magazine interviewed top chefs, food insiders & television personalities ( and moi) on their favorite places to eat in the world – Paris included.